A visit to Brisbane and the wider Queensland region is a chance to immerse yourself in the very best of Australia. We encourage you to arrive a little earlier or stay a little longer to uncover what Brisbane and its spectacular surrounds offer you. Below are some tour ideas for your stay in Brisbane, Queensland or to discover more touring options, check out the Visit Brisbane website.
Story Bridge Adventure Climb
The Story Bridge Adventure Climb is one of only four bridge climbs in the world and is a spectacular way to discover Brisbane. Reach the top and be rewarded with a 360 degree view of the city, river and surrounding mountains. For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Story Bridge Adventure Climb website.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary with over 130 koalas. Cuddle a koala anytime, handfeed kangaroos and encounter a large variety of Australian wildlife all in beautiful, natural settings. For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary website.
Operating on the beachfront of Tangalooma Island Resort, Tangatours is an exciting adventure and tourism operator which provides both land and water-based activities to the resort and day guests. Spend a day in paradise – sailing along the crystal clear waters of Moreton Bay, get up close and personal with a large array of sea life or go snorkelling and diving! For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Tangatours website.
North Stradbroke Island has plenty to offer the adventurous visitor of all ages. This award winning tour company specialises in sea kayaking, sand boarding, four wheel drive tours and snorkelling adventures for visitors to the island. For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Straddie Adventures website.
Australia Zoo Croc Express Tour
Undoubtedly a highlight of any visit to Queensland is a trip to Australia Zoo. Made famous by the antics of Steve and Terri Irwin, and their global documentaries, the Zoo is now a living legacy to Steve and his wildlife conservation efforts. For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Australia Zoo website.
Dreamworld and WhiteWater World
Dreamworld, Australia’s largest theme park, includes 50 rides and attractions, as well as wildlife, within eight different worlds. Among the many attractions, Dreamworld has the tallest and fastest thrill rides in Australia, as well as precincts dedicated to DreamWorks™ and The Wiggles™, offering fun for people of every age. Dreamworld is also home to Tiger Island, the world’s largest interactive tiger facility. Co-located with Dreamworld, Dreamworld’s sister attraction is WhiteWater World. WhiteWater World complements the Dreamworld experience with 30 thrill slides and 22 lifeguards, including dedicated precincts for toddlers though to thrill seekers. For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Dreamworld website.
Movie World – where movies come to life and everyone’s a star! Meet your favourite stars and super heroes, experience the adrenaline pumping thrill rides and watch an array of spectacular shows. For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Movie World website.
Sea World is the premier marine animal park in Australia, offering amazing attractions and rides for all ages. For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Sea World website.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast has long been one of the most popular attractions in south-east Queensland. Get up close and personal with some of the best native Aussie and exotic wildlife at the many interactive displays and wide-open enclosures. All your animal favourites are here – cuddle and have your photo taken with a koala, get up close with crocodiles, hand-feed the many friendly kangaroos and much more. Be sure to stay around for the daily Rainbow Lorrikeet feeding – one of the main attractions! For more information, and to make a booking, please visit the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary website.